The consultant was originally hired on a part time basis by one of the two BIAs in 2017 to help the board with event planning, community liaison work, and administration. Two years later, while preparing an audit, BIA board members noticed a $2,000 discrepancy in a vendor invoice total. According to the AGs report, the vendor told the BIA they hadn received the additional money..
With Republicans, it’s 16 percent to 13 percent, while he’s slightly underwater among Democrats (10 percent to 19 percent). Notably, however, only 29 percent of voters in both parties were able to form an opinion of Cawthorn, even though he’s made a lot of news in his short career. Paralympics team, and has courted controversy for an enthusiastic Instagram post about visiting a Nazi landmark and for a racist characterization on his campaign website accusing Sen.
As you know, any time I share my thoughts with you it is done as an individual, not as an official representative of any Church. It’s been a very rocky tenure for you. The economy teeters on a tight rope. Assistant City Attorney Jennifer Zilavy noted the lease calls for the establishment to be a “restaurant/bar” which it is not. The applicant had provided a revised business disclosure to the MNA preservation and development committee at P committee’s Tuesday meeting and a new security plan to Central District Captain Kelly Donahue before the ALRC but did not submit either plan to the ALRC or the alder. After learning Canopy’s website advertised a soft opening as a private venue on Saturday 1/18, Captain Donahue contacted the applicant and advised what was permitted (no alcohol, no dancing), assuming that Building Inspection and Public Health have signed off on building inspections.
The reasons for wearing sunglasses, however, have changed. Today, we now know that sun rays have UV and blue light which can cause long term and short term eye problems. They include cataracts and even forms of eye cancers.. Legislative Audit, whose Republican leaning staff has been employed by the controlling Republican members as a hit squad on Democrats and other unpopular characters, were pussycats yesterday, quietly and almost apologetically referring the conversion of state money to private use to a prosecutor for a review. But not before Rep. Stephen Meeks, who claims to be a Tea Party advocate of smaller government spending, expressed sympathy for poor old Mark Darr, elected from Springdale and having to work in Little Rock.